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Why choose the uPVC windows?

uPVC stands for unplasticized polyvinyl chloride and it is a hard plastic material used to make windows and doors. This material is known for its strength and resistance to unfavorable weather conditions that can cause pollution, moisture, corrosion, and mold. Nowadays uPVC windows are the most chosen among homeowners. Let’s talk in more detail about the reasons behind it.

1. Customizable

uPVC windows can be fully customized to the customer's needs and style. They come in various sizes, colors, and imitation effects such as woodgrain.

2. Insulation

uPVC windows are made of material that does not absorb heat, which will result in a positive energy impact and lower energy expenses. They are also great external sound insulators.

3. Security

uPVC windows have solid frame structures with galvanized steel inserts, making them difficult to break. For extra security, they can be paired with laminated glass, which can be broken under pressure but tends to remain integral.

4. Low Maintenance

They don’t require varnishing, sanding, or re-painting over the years. They can be easily cleaned with water and soap.

5. Durable

They are long-lasting due to the usage of strong material that makes them remain intact in various weather conditions. The coating is also protected against ultraviolet (UV) rays which prevents the material from fading.

6. Ventilation

Most uPVC windows have built-in ventilation systems at the top, between the frame and the sash. They create constant yet controlled airflow, creating an enjoyable atmosphere and providing stress-free living when it comes to mold.

7. Eco-Friendly

They easily last 40-80 years. They’re made from recyclable materials that don’t harm the environment. They can be easily dismantled and repaired with minimal energy consumption.

8. Fire Retardant

uPVC material does not cause, support, or enhance fire spreading.

9. Pricing

They are budget-friendly since they don’t require maintenance compared to wooden and aluminum windows. Due to great insulation, they can also help reduce energy costs.

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